交差点右折時の同調的不安全行動とドライバ個人特性:認知機能および性格特性から  [in Japanese] Inattentive Following in Right Turn and Drivers'Individual Difference in Cognitive Functions and Personalities  [in Japanese]

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Author(s)

    • 西崎 友規子 Nishizaki Yukiko
    • 日産自動車(株)総合研究所モビリティ・サービス研究所 Mobility Services Laboratory, Nissan Research Center Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
    • 佐藤 稔久 [他] Sato Toshihisa
    • 産業技術総合研究所ヒューマンライフテクノロジー研究部門ユビキタ スインタラクショングループ Human Ubiquitous-Environment Interaction Group Human Technology Research Institute, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
    • 平松 真知子 Hiramatsu Machiko
    • 日産自動車(株)総合研究所モビリティ・サービス研究所 Mobility Services Laboratory, Nissan Research Center Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
    • 寸田 剛司 Sunda Takashi
    • 日産自動車(株)総合研究所モビリティ・サービス研究所 Mobility Services Laboratory, Nissan Research Center Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Abstract

The purpose of the current study was to investigate which cognitive functions and<br>personalities were related with the occurrence of the inattentive following in right-turn<br> driving in intersections. Ten subjects drove the fixed routes in downtown city more<br> than 35 times. Inattentive following was defined as the followings in the HQL driving<br> database: 1) the number of visual safety confirmation decreased and 2) the speed at<br> the maximum steering angle increased with a precedent right-turning car, compared to<br> without it. These types of inattentive following are unsafe driving, and could lead to<br> accidents. Subjects also participated in cognitive function experiment (Operation-span<br>working memory) and answered personality questionnaires (independent – interdepen<br>dent construal of the self, emotional empathy,impulsiveness etc.). Results indicated<br> that subjects with low operation-span working memory, high interdependent construal,<br>high impulsiveness, and high emotional empathy showed the trend of the inattentive<br> followings in right turn driving situations.

Journal

  • Cognitive Studies

    Cognitive Studies 22(1), 194-202, 2015

    Japanese Cognitive Science Society

Codes

  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130005099424
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN1047304X
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    1341-7924
  • NDL Article ID
    026255599
  • NDL Call No.
    Z19-B640
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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